Northwestern University: Successful applicants typically have good grades in relevant mathematics courses, good GRE quantitative scores, and strong letters of recommendation.The Northwestern University consider prior academic performance, research and other professional experience, GRE scores, and overall potential to successfully pursue graduate study in the university department.The MS program refers to students who are interested only in that degree.

Case Western Reserve University: The university requires the TOEFL for all international applicants and the Mathematics requires the GRE General test for all applicants.If an applicant holds an graduate, or other qualifying degree, the language test requirement will be waived if applicant have completed a bachelors or master’s degree from an institution where English is the primary language of instruction.Neither the university, nor the department requires taking the GRE Subject test.The Mathematics requires the GRE General test for all applicants.There is no minimum required GRE score, but the GRE score will be used in admissions decisions.

The University of Texas at Austin: There is no minimum GRE test score but there is a minimum grade point average of at least 3.0 or comparable grade point average in upper-division work and in any graduate work already completed.If applicant feel that their GRE score or GPA are not valid indicators of their ability, applicant should explain their concerns in their statement of purpose.The GPA average of the university recently admitted PhD students is 3.80 on a 4 point system, and the corresponding average of the quantitative GRE is at the 93.27 percentile.

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor: A student must have completed a bachelor degree at an accredited college or university in order to be considered for admission.Mathematics majors with excellent grades in mathematics courses, outstanding GRE scores in the mathematics subject test, and excellent letters of recommendation.Such students are expected to have completed at least two upper division mathematics courses, and or have substantial exposure to mathematics in other courses, and are strongly advised to submit a GRE subject test score for an exam in the major fieldGRE and GRE Math subject test scores are required.While there are no minimum acceptable GRE scores, a high standard is expected.Most students enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Mathematics are granted full including an annual stipend, tuition waiver, and health insurance for a period of five years, subject to satisfactory progress.

University of California-Berkeley: General GRE scoresAdmissions is based on all aspects of the application, not just GRE scores.

Tulane University of Louisiana: There is no specific minimum GRE score for admission into the M.S. and PhD programs.

Drexel University: Students must take the GRE to be considered for the graduate mathematics program.

Barry University: To be considered for the Master of Science in Curriculum Instruction Mathematics Education applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree with an GPA of at least 3.0 from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.The admission process is the first step toward earning their degree.GRE waiver with 3.0 GPA on transcript.

GRE and GPA requirements for admission to Mathematics and Statistics

Masters programs in Mathematics and Statistics which do not require GRE